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Interactive Music




Computers and the digital revolution forever changed the world of music. This program looks at several new approaches to creating and sharing music. Demonstrations include Vid Grid, Sound Toy, William Orbit Strange Cargo, So You Want to be a Rock & Roll Star, Rock & Roll On Your Own, Dylan:Highway 61 Interactive, Video Jam, and Vivace. Also featured is a visit to Todd Rundgren's sound studio in Sausalito, California and a preview of his CD-ROM entitled "No World Order". Originally broadcast in 1995. Copyright 1995 Stewart Cheifet Productions.


Audio/Visual sound, color

Reviews

Reviewer: BenjaminS.T. - - February 11, 2014
Subject: The Computer Chronicles - Interactive Music
Wow. This episode of The Computer Chronicles really shows by its historic nature just how far in advancement the audio side of multimedia computing has come. I give this episode four stars.
Reviewer: JKSLC - - December 25, 2010
Subject: Todd id God
This is a great show.
Fun to see how far technology has come.
Reviewer: http:www.724internet.com - - September 28, 2005
Subject: http://www.724internet.com
Music Music Music...

what do says more.
Reviewer: tomo - - December 23, 2004
Subject: HA!
Pretty cool! It's interesting to see how far we have come along with interactive music. In the beginning of this video Todd talks about what online music might be like in the future, and he describes the archive perfectly. Then, when they go over the different music programs you get a good feel for how much we have developed over time. Great flick!
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